BYU breaks four Don Reddish Pool Records
SALT LAKE CITY – BYU's women swim team broke four Don Reddish Pool records, despite falling to the Utah Utes Friday night at the University of Utah pool.
BYU (124) - Utah (176)
A team of Rachel Oyler, Brynn Sproul, Emma Colvin and Gwen Gustafson took first place in the 200 yard free relay with a time of 1:32.97 to break the first Utah pool record of the day. Meanwhile, sophomore Katie McBratney swept in all three individual events she competed in while also breaking pool records in all the events including the 200 individual medley, 100 breast, and 200 breast.
- 200 Free Relay - Rachel Oyler, Brynn Sproul, Emma Colvin, Gwen Gustafson
- 1st- (1:32.97) - Pool Record
- Katie McBrakney
- 1st - 200 IM (2:01.90) - Pool Record
- 1st- 200 Breast (2:15.59) - Pool Record
- 1st- 100 Breast (1:02.46) - Pool Record
- Gwen Gustafson
- 2nd- 50 Free (23.21)
- 2nd- 100 Free (51.17)
The men's team will compete on Saturday against the Utes before BYU heads to a newly scheduled meet at Air Force from Feb. 5-6 right ahead of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference meet.
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